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Android 4.2 Jelly Bean adds Photo Sphere for panoramic shots [video]

by: David GitongaOctober 29, 2012
The hype surrounding Android 4.2 has indeed been warranted. As we continue to explore the new iteration to the Android OS, new features and improvements continue to be revealed. The latest revelation has been Photo Sphere. This 360-degree panoramic shooting mode is like no other you have seen. Android 4.2 Jelly Bean now allows you to snap pictures in every direction while the stitching is automatically done for you.
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Starting November 13, Google Music will be available in select parts of Europe along with Google Match

by: Joe HindyOctober 29, 2012
Since its release from Beta, Google Music has only been available in a few places. Google is preparing to change that come November 13th, when select parts of Europe will get access to Google Music for the first time. Additionally, it'll come with Google Match, which will help get people's music to the cloud without uploading.
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Navy Battle 3D: Classic Battleship game, minus the pen and paper

by: Alvin YbañezOctober 29, 2012

The Battleship game is a popular pencil-and-paper guessing game. It consists of two players, each one with her or his own paper game board.   The players arrange their ships, take turns in shooting the opponent’s ships until all opponent ships are destroyed.  The game was later on improved with pins, game board with holes, and real plastic battleships.  It’s a simple game, with simple rules, but with potential for hours of tactical fun.

The Google Play Store has an Android version inspired by the same game.  Developed by BitmapPiranha, the Navy Battle 3D game is a three-dimensional Battleship game for Android.

The game has 2 game modes: Solo [...]

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Timeless classic RPG Chrono Trigger released worldwide in Google Play Store

by: Joe HindyOctober 29, 2012
Chrono Trigger is among the most iconic RPG titles of all time. Over the last year, mobile games could only play Chrono Trigger if they had an iOS device, access to Square Enix's Japanese Games market, or an emulator. Square Enix has finally released Chrono Trigger for the masses, available now at the Google Play Store for $9.99.
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G Cloud Backup: Easy cloud-based backup and restore

by: Alvin YbañezOctober 29, 2012

Cloud storage and cloud syncing seem to have crossed the border between fad and necessity.  With many people losing their mobile devices daily (1 every 3.5 seconds, according to sources), backing up files to cloud servers is one step towards preserving your precious phone data in the case of catastrophes.

If some misfortune befalls your Android phone — for example, if you lose your phone or someone steals it, if someone you know accidentally reformats your phone, and other similar unfortunate events — you will not need to worry much if you’ve synced your files with G Cloud Backup.

Created by Genie9 Corporation, the G Cloud Backup app [...]

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Google Play Movies purchase goes live in Australia and Canada

by: Bams SadewoOctober 29, 2012
According to various reports, Australian and Canadian customers can now purchase movies from Google Play Movies. The price starts from 25 Australian dollars and 20 Canadian dollars.
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Isis support comes to Verizon’s Droid Razr HD and Droid Razr Maxx HD

by: Bams SadewoOctober 29, 2012
Being one of the biggest proponents of Isis, so much so that it blocks the use of Google Wallet on its devices, Verizon strangely only has a handful of smartphones that support it.
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iGrill from iOS remotely monitors food temperatures; now available for Android

by: Joe HindyOctober 28, 2012
The iGrill is an already popular item among iOS users. It uses Bluetooth enabled thermometers to monitor your food temperature. Then, it sends that information to the included monitor, and you can then view it on your smartphone. After a few years, the product has finally made its big Android debut.
 
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9 spooktacular Android apps for Halloween 2012

by: Carl ParkerOctober 27, 2012

Halloween is that one day in the whole year when people get to dress up in the skins of creepy crawlies and monsters that hide in dark places to haunt parties and peoples’ doorsteps for sweets. Halloween isn’t just about the costume, of course. It’s also about that distinct feeling that horror is in the air. With technology present in almost every aspect of our lives, is there still room for that feeling of being “not alone in a room”?

Mobile devices can still factor into Halloween, of course. There are apps on the Google Play Store that can help you creep up the mood, letting you share ghost stories with friends, and even do a bit of [...]

 
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Google Maps updated to show terrain and vegetation features

by: Bogdan PetrovanOctober 27, 2012
Google (which has been improving the Maps service at a blistering pace lately) has merged the terrain layer into the default view, making it easier for outdoorsy users to find their way around. The improved app now shows terrain, color variations to depict vegetation, and labels for major natural land formations.
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